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Visit Campus in Person!
The best way to learn about A&M-Commerce is to visit campus!
During your visit, you can explore our spectacular facilities, including academic buildings, the student center and residence halls. You can also meet A&M-Commerce students and learn about the exciting opportunities awaiting you.
Weekday Campus Tours
Weekday campus tours are:
- 90-minute walking tours
- Offered weekdays at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
- Led by Lion Ambassadors, current students who share their individual experiences about A&M-Commerce and provide information that will help you make your college decision.
Advanced registration is required. After you schedule your visit, you will receive a confirmation email with additional details, including directions to campus and parking information.
If we can assist you in any way, please email us at [email protected].
Admission Visit Campus :: Helpful Tips :: ALL Undergrad and Graduate
We are committed to making our services, programs, activities, education and employment accessible to individuals with disabilities.
To request ADA accommodations, please communicate your needs two days prior to your visit by emailing us at [email protected].
If you plan to visit the McDowell Administration building, you can park for 30 minutes in front of the building. If you can stay longer, go by the cashier’s window just inside the front entrance of the McDowell Administration building for a complimentary visitor’s permit.
Texas Senate Bill 11 permits concealed carry of firearms in Texas A&M University-Commerce buildings only to persons who have been issued and are in possession of a Texas license-to-carry permit. Pursuant to pc 46.035 and A&M-Commerce rule 34.06.02.r1, permit holders may not carry in restricted locations. Please observe the temporary building and venue signage to comply with state law. Report violations to the University Police Department at 903.886.5868 or 911. View procedures for carrying concealed handguns on campus.